I hate it when I lose my nose stud and I have no idea where or when. On top of that, I hate it when I don’t have any nose stud left and I have to force a ring in it that is way bigger and the hole has shrunk.
My nose is on fi-ya!
“The third HAES tenet is “Enjoy your food.” The problem here is that for many people, this approach would eliminate fresh vegetables (or fruits or whole grains). HAES says to avoid eating while driving, walking or watching TV, which is good, but “Enjoy your food”…
The point is that people are out of touch with their bodies. We can learn to listen to them. We’ve been taught that our bodies are dumb, that we can’t function without doctors, that our bodies can’t perform natural biological functions without medical interventions, and that we can’t be trusted with our own bodies.
HAES helps people get back in touch with themselves, it doesn’t assume they already know how. It is a reeducation of sorts.
Another important thing to consider is the detrimental effects that come with placing moral value in food. It creates guilt and shame around food choices which actually exacerbates disordered eating patterns.Source: stop-titp